Become a coach or manager
Volunteering as a coach or manager is a great way to help out your child’s team.
The coach can be a parent who is committed to attending the training sessions and most of the games.
1 hr per week after school training
Working along with the manager to manage fair and equal playing times
Attend Saturday games as the coach
Two parents might consider weekday skills training and a game day coach
Players from older age groups (U13-U18) can offer to co-coach younger age groups on training days where there is a manager present. If your team doesn’t have a coach or manager, please consider how you can help.
A team cannot play until a coach, and a manager has been appointed.
Volunteering as a manager is an excellent way to help out your child’s team. The manager can be a parent who is committed to attending most of the games while helping out the coach where needed.
• Looking after the online team book and signing on and out
• Role taking at training
• Emailing out the weekly draw for the team
• Organising a canteen roster
Express your interest in these positions by emailing: pacificFC@pacluth.qld.edu.au
SCCSA and SCCRA Information Night
The Sunshine Coast Churches Referees Association (SCCRA) would like to invite all coaches and managers from U9 - Seniors to attend the Referees Information Night, which is TBA.
It will be a good opportunity for you to understand the new rule changes for the season as well as answer any questions that may arise in relation to the FIFA laws of the game.
We will also cover off technical issues like offside, handball, players equipment and technical area.
This will be conducted by the Sunshine Coast Churches Referees Association training officer, Marsh Camille. He will be supported on the night by the committee of SCCRA.
We feel this to be a great opportunity to meet those keen coaches & managers and a way to assist all those involved in the beautiful game we love.
Email your RSVP to: PacificFC@pacluth.qld.edu.au